Democratic Developments in England

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Transcript Democratic Developments in England

Warm-Up 9/11/12
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Where were your on 9/11?
What do you remember about that day?
How did your life change that day?
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Good Afternoon
9/10/12
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There is no warm-up today!
Please get a textbook!
You will be completing Chapter 1 Section
5 Vocab. IT’S YOUR TICKET OUT THE
DOOR!!!!
Continue working on CH 2 sections 1-3
Vocab due this Friday.
Standard 10.2.1; Compare the major ideas of the philosophers and
their effects on democratic revolutions
WARM-UP
9/10/12
Warm-Up 9/7/10
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What exactly do you think is going on in this painting!
Where do you think it’s taking place? (Describe the
scene) 40 words
Vocabulary
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Feudalism, absolute monarchy, divine
right, common law, habeus corpus, limited
(Constitutional) Monarchy, Oliver
Cromwell, Magna Carta, English Bill of
Rights.
Renaissance
Direct
Scientific Revolution
Enlightenment
French Revolution
American Revolution
Representatives
Today’s Standard
10.2 Students compare and contrast
the Glorious Revolution of England,
the American Revolution, and the
French Revolution and their enduring
effects worldwide on the political
expectations for self-government and
individual liberty.
Today’s Objectives
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Identify the causes and effects of the
Glorious Revolution of England by taking
Cornell notes and class discussion.
Analyze and describe the Glorious
Revolution by creating a political
cartoon.
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Copy the sub-standard and objective
STANDARD: 10.2.2 List the principles of the
Magna Carta and the English Bill of Rights.
OBJECTIVE: Students will be able to list the
important Democratic Developments in
England that created laws that promote
the freedom of speech, press, assembly,
and religion.
September 12, 2012
Warm-Up
GET NOTEBOOKS FROM THE BACK TABLE PLEASE!!!
What do you know about medieval
Europe and the feudal system?
Hint: use the image to
help you explain
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Renaissance
Direct
Scientific Revolution
Enlightenment
French Revolution
American Revolution
Representatives
Warm-up 9/5/13
1. Do you think people are born
naturally good, naturally selfish,
or with the ability to choose?
Why? Give examples
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Ancient Greek
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Medieval Europe
Renaissance – Paid for by Pope Julius II. Painted by Micelangelo
Combines greek notions of Human greatness and the bible
Medieval Europe
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Power Struggle Between the elite
Commoners (majority) left to suffer
Power of Man
(Roman Rule)
Power of God
(Catholicism)
Food
Taxes
Who arguably should
have the most power?
Where is the logic in the
system?
Magna Carta
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Power Struggle Between King and Nobles
Power of Man
(Roman Rule)
contract between
king John & nobles
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must govern
according to law
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no taxes without
consent
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Food
Taxes
WHAT CHANGES FOR COMMONERS?
jury trial & due
process
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English Parliament (1295)
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Power Struggle Between King and Nobles
King Edward I: "What affects all, by all should be approved"
lords, knights, burgesses = House of Lords
House of Commons = Representatives of Common People
Food
Taxes
Resurfacing of Logic and Reason
Ancient Greece
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Renaissance – rebirth
in Italy and Northern
Europe of Greek
values.
Scientific Revolution –
period in which logic
and reason were
applied to nature
Renaissance
Italy
English Civil War 1642-1651
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Tudors reign caused a great
deal of religious issues
Stuarts came to power –
Catholics
Charles I wanted absolute
power, no parliament
Caused civil war
Oliver Cromwell became
military dictator
Died in 1642 – Catholic
Stuarts come to power
English Civil War Cont.
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Outcomes
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parliamentary rule
King governs at Parliaments
consent (no more divine right!)
Warm-Up
9/14/12
What is the nature of man?
In other words – how would you describe our
core being?
If you threw out all the rules and laws of
society and everyone lived in a complete
state if nature – how would the majority of
us act?
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Thomas Hobbes (1588 – 1679)
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Lived through English Civil War
All humans naturally selfish &
wicked
Social Contract: People agree to
a strong ruler to avoid chaos
Advocated for Absolute
Monarchy
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Believed Monarchy was the only
way to protect the rights of the
individual
Glorious Revolution 1688-1689
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Divine right – 1600’s kings claim
absolute power from God
Puritans & Protestants are antiCatholic
James II (takes control after
Cromwell) – Catholic; appoints
Catholics to high office – makes
Parliament angry
Glorious Revolution - William
and Mary (Protestant) take
English throne.
William & Mary sign English Bill
of Rights = England
constitutional monarchy.
King James II
English
Bill of
Rights
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Why the English Bill of
Rights?
Parliament is monarch’s
partner in government
No suspension of Parliament’s
laws
No taxation w/o consent
Freedom of speech
Citizens can petition king
John Locke
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Lived through the Glorious Revolution
Tabula Rasa- clean slate
 Believed the individual was shaped by
experience
Favored self-government
Purpose of government is to protect the rights
of its citizens
Natural Rights: All people born free & equal with
right to Life, Liberty, and Property